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Well it all depends on input lag. However, there is no "standard" for measuring it, so specs alone cannot be a judgement. And a second however, you should assume 98% of people are using a store bought tv/monitor, that all have inputs lags that are very similar to each other. We're talking one or two milliseconds. The lag you get from a wifi or even a straight ethernet connection has much more of an effect than the input lag on most tv's. If you are THAT serious about a few milliseconds of input lag, you should be looking at a professional monitor, and should not be worried about a few hundred dollars of difference in cost.
 

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I have dual 32" tvs used as mon. on my gaming pc. Never had a problem with them. I run them both at 1080 as extended desktop. just need to be sure and get better than 720p tvs because I have found that text is to hard to read at 720. I use dvi to hdmi cables, digital picture but no sound
 
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